The Battle of Vancouver, also known as the Canada-United States Border War, was a brief armed conflict that took place in Vancouver, Canada from November 30th, 2017 to December 20, 2017. The battle was between Canada and United States.
The war began when a United States mortar misfired and hit the City of Vancouver, killing 40 on November 24th. The Canadian Army responded by firing a mortar in towards the US. Soon after, the United States Government began position troops near the US-Canada border. On November 30th, the United States Armed Forces attacked Vancouver. The battle lasted 20 days with limited casualties on both sides.
After the battle the Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, was ousted from the Parliament and tried for war crimes. Prosecutors have accused the former prime minister of unnecessary aggression towards the United States, thus started the battle. He was also accuses of using the conflicts as his own political gain, such has oil reserves and native land grab. Stephen Harper was sentence to 300 years of prison time without parole.
The Battle of Vancouver has the marked the first time since 1812, that the United States attacked and invaded Canada. All relationship between the United States and Canada had been restored and has been better then ever.